byField Museum of Natural History. Chicago, Illinois.
The Buchen East Africa Zoological Expedition (1952), collected material for study research and a habitat group exhibition of African marsh birds. One hundred and eighty-nine bird skins and sixteen nests were collected, together with photographic studies for the background and foreground, papyrus to reproduce the vegetation, and other accessory material to construct the Marsh Birds diorama exhibition. The expedition was financed and led by Walther Buchen, Field Museum Trustee, of Winnetka,... Topics: Taxidermy, Diorama Construction, Model Making, Birds, Field Museum